28 - 30 April 2009
JACQUES JARRIGE (NE EN 1962)
LAMPE DE TABLE 'FAUNE', 1996
En bronze patiné noir et or
Hauteur : 42 cm. (16½ in.)
Monogrammée J.J et numérotée 1/30 sur le pourtour de la base
"En attendant les Barbares", Galerie Frédéric de Luca, Paris.
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Maison Française, N. 540, février 2006, article de Guy Bloch-Chamfort 'Des objets mis en scène intelligemment', p. 147.
Residence, revue hollandaise, 5 mai 2007, article de Guy Bloch-Chamfort 'Mise en scène', p. 125.
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'FAUNE', A PATINATED AND GILT BRONZE TABLE LAMP BY JACQUES JARRIGE, 1996
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